On Friday night, St. Pauli and Heidenheim go head to head in a battle of second against sixth in the Bundesliga 2 at Millerntor-Stadion.
The Both Teams to Score market has landed in each of St. Pauli’s last four matches, having beaten the likes of Ingolstadt and Karlsruher by 3-1 scorelines on either side of a narrow 2-1 DFB Pokal defeat to Union Berlin. Last time out, St. Pauli were held to a 1-1 draw away at Dynamo Dresden.
Heidenheim managed a crucial 2-1 win over Werder Bremen last weekend, having failed to win any of their last four matches, following a 3-2 loss against Darmstadt and a 2-0 defeat to Hamburg, with 1-1 draws against both Sandhausen and Dynamo Dresden in between these defeats.
When these two sides last met in October, St. Pauli won 4-2 away at Heidenheim as former Schalke forward Guido Burgstaller managed a brace, as did Max Dittgen, with their opposition scoring the first and last goals of the game through Tobias Mohr and Tim Kleindienst.